Originally a teleplay presented on NBC's "DuPont Show of the Week," this is a pretty good drama with some stand-out acting and will attract those who enjoy the 1980s brand of TV soap opera. Novak plays two roles: one is a young Chicago actress (which she was in real life), and the other
is a legendary dead movie queen. She's hired by Selzer to play the late actress in an upcoming film biography if Finch, husband of the dead star, can be convinced that she's the woman who can handle it. Finch reluctantly meets with Novak and is struck by the similarity between this sweet, young
thing and his late wife. Finch hasn't worked since his wife died on their wedding night, ...